Legendary Latina Trailblazer Chita Rivera's Final Curtain Call at 91 

Iconic Performer: Chita Rivera, a Broadway legend, dies at 91, leaving behind a legacy of mesmerizing performances in film, TV, and theater.

Distinguished Career: Rivera, with a net worth of $2 million, showcased her talent in cabaret tours, earning acclaim for her roles in New York and London.

Family and Legacy: Survived by her sister, two brothers, and daughter Lisa, Rivera's captivating presence on stage forever impacts generations of music lovers.

Trailblazing Achievements: Breaking barriers, Rivera became the first Latina American and Hispanic woman honored with a Kennedy Center Honors in 2002.

Presidential Recognition: In 2009, she received the prestigious Presidential Medal of Freedom, recognizing her significant contributions to the arts.

Broadway Journey: Rivera's Broadway journey began in 1952, leading to Tony nominations and awards, including Best Actress for her role in "The Rink" in 1984.

Resilience after Setback: Overcoming a 1986 car accident, Rivera pivoted to cabaret, earning praise for her portrayal of Kiss of the Spider Woman in the early 1990s

Versatile Talent: Known for her roles in "West Side Story," "Chicago," and "Bye Bye Birdie," Rivera's versatile performances earned her accolades and nominations.

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